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God at Work Through Foster Care

An Interview by Emily Gonzalez So many wonderful things happen in the church that it's easy to overlook some life-changing ministries. One powerful ministry people may not know much about is foster parenting. For a glimpse into fostering, what it requires, and how it directly and profoundly impacts many lives, I interviewed Heather Reynolds, who with her husband Matthew l...

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Day of prayer and fasting

Dear CCK family, We want to invite you to participate in a day of prayer and fasting for Doug Sexton, his family, and others in our church experiencing difficulties. We are setting aside this coming Wednesday, July 6th for this purpose. We are going to have two prayer meetings at lunchtime (12-1) one at the church in the White Oak Room and one at the VFC House (2100 Hig...

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Father + Son Campout

We had a great time at Frozen Head State Park for our annual Father + Son Campout. We caught crawdads together and created a little arena to watch them battle each other. We played Mountain Ball and learned that dads are much more competitive than their sons.Samuel Barbee laughed hysterically as he covered himself in glow in the dark liquid. (It's actually a very wise way ...

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A Corporate Confession

This past Sunday, during our time of singing, Zach lead us through a corporate confession from the Heidelberg Catechism. Here is what we recited together: QA 86: Q. What is your only comfort in life and in death? A. That I am not my own, but belongbody and soul, in life and in deathto my faithful Savior, Jesus Christ. He has fully paid for all my sins with his precious...

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Mother's Day Resources

By Bill Kittrell: With Mother's Day this Sunday, I am sure we all are thinking about mothers. We might be thinking, of course, about our mother or our wife if we have children. I've never been a mother(!) but I know around Father's Day I think about fatherhood. I'm sure many women who are mothers will have similar thoughts this week about motherhood. I also know there c...

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Members Family Night

Here are some photos from our most recent Family Night. Delete Members Family Night (May 2016) ...

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Sunday Quotes

Bill preached this past Sunday from 1 Timothy 3:14-16. You can listen to the message here. Here are the quotes Bill used: I love Thy kingdom, Lord,The place of Thine abode,The church our blest Redeemer savedWith His own precious blood.I love Thy church, O God;Her walls before Thee stand,Dear as the apple of Thine eye,And graven on Thy hand. For her my tears shall fall;...

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Chris and Cynthia Pritchett Testimony

Cindy: Chris and I have both believed in God for most of our lives. We even both made verbal commitments to Christ during our teenage years. However, as the years progressed, it became evident by our lifestyles that true conversions had not taken place. Thankfully, God sovereignly placed mentors in both of our lives who shared the gospel with us. We each eventually exper...

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Ashley Williams testimony

This past Sunday, before our baptisms, Ashley Williams shared about God's saving grace in her life. Here is what she shared: My sister, Katelyn, loves to ask questions. Why? How? What? As her little sister for 18 years, I have had great practice trying to answer these questions. Growing up though, neither of us were asked many questions about our faith. We went to church ...

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Deacons: Vital Gifts of God Quotes

This past Sunday, Walt preached from 1 Timothy 3:8-13 on the gift that deacons are to the church. You can listen to that message here. Here are the quotes that Walt used: "[Deacons] release the elders to devote themselves to spiritual leadership by serving in physical and financial matters in a way that brings unity among the church under the authority of the elders (A...

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